Heres a story from yesterdays LA Times talking a little about it. It mentions in there how a few previews of it months ago some audience members found the image a little "jarring". Like i said, its going to some time for alot of movie goers to get used to.
Proponents of the higher frame rate say it packs the screen with far more visual information and makes the moving image super-sharp and detailed. But patrons accustomed to the softer look of traditional film may have to adjust to the higher frame rate.
At a 10-minute preview that Jackson shared at the trade show CinemaCon in April, some attendees found the images jarringly hyper-realistic and too unlike a traditional film.
Warner executives said that was unfair because it was rough footage that had not been color corrected.
"It really wasn't representative of what it looks like today," Fellman said. "I think it will have a big impact on the industry."